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“We have nothing but wonderful things to say about Primrose Harmony."
Calling all aspiring makers, roboticists, movie directors, time travelers, chefs, and adventurers.
Dr. Steve Sanders shares exercises that teach children the motor skills they need to ride a bicycle.
Need help getting your child to eat vegetables? Try letting them play with their food.
We use our little Primrose friend Peanut to talk about big ideas like honesty.
As summer approaches, Dr. Laura Jana shares some helpful tips to keep your child protected from the sun while playing outside.
This month, we’re showing our students that vegetables don’t grow in supermarkets.
Primrose School of Harmony on the Lakes celebrates the Gore family…the Family of the Month!
Help your child learn how to be environmentally friendly early on with these activities.
It’s no secret that science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) are all important subjects in education, but what about in early education?
Primrose School of Harmony on the Lakes honors the Godwin family…the Family of the Month!
Expert Rob Sayer shares how making homemade drumsets can help a child develop a musical ear.
Use water, shaving cream and food coloring to teach your preschooler the science behind rain clouds!
This month, we are collecting books to donate to local charities as part of our Og's Bountiful Books event.
We are so proud of our Primrose students who donated over 50,000 of their favorite books to hospitals, foster homes, and community centers during Og's Bountiful Book Drive!
Have an indoor “campout” with your child by building a fort made with blankets, furniture and pillows! Ask your preschooler what the class learned about the great outdoors this week.
Satisfy your family’s craving with our healthy tortilla pizza snacktivity.
Science meets art in this simple experiment.
There are many ways to say “I love you” – help your child use sign language to send a sweet message to a loved one!
Imagination is blasting off in 3...2...1! Launch your child’s creativity and encourage them to think outside of the cardboard box.